Tuesday, December 15, 2020


Program Notes December 15

Having addressed a hotly contested local election case brought by Javier Atalig, Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas. SCOTUS screwed us all by punting instead of deciding the case. Virginia’s governor and David Lujan give rise to a “who decides?” question. Judge Sukola doesn’t want to be a judicial Rodney Dangerfield. Jack Hattig repeats the myth about the Chamorro Land Trust. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • SCOTUS v. Texas and Us
  • Gov. Northam & David Lujan v. The Church
  • Judge Sukola v. Joe Carbullido
  • Jack Hattig v. Accuracy
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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